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When I'm trying to land a kill on a monk, and they pop Touch of Karma, what are some ways to deal with that?
Can some healers offensively purge it from the monk?
If I am the ToK target will removing the debuff from me drop his invulnerability?
I'm basically trying to understand the mechanic fully and what type of buff/debuff ToK is - and MAINLY wanting to know when a monk is a kill target and they pop ToK do I just have to switch to another target for 6s no matter what, or is there some way to remove the invulnerability and kill him despite the ToK?
Edited by Flushdraw on 6/22/2013 11:05 AM PDT
Healers are able to dispel it, yes.
When Touch of Karma is used, its applied as a non-damaging DoT on their target. Once the target begins damage, ToK becomes an actual damaging DoT.
However, the non-damaging DoT is also dispellable.
If you do not have a healer or DPS that can purge it off & the WW is about to die, your only option is to CC/stun chain him for 6 seconds so that he doesn't heal or fly away.
Edited by Hitmönlee on 6/22/2013 11:19 AM PDT
Monk is not invulnerable. Monk absorbs everything up to his health pool.
Stuns, CC all effect a monk. You could burst into ToK in order to shatter it, and have your healer heal it off you. But since the ToK dot is double checked by resil, it's better to save that dispel.
So far the only way to remove ToK from the monk is doing enough damage in 10s to pop it. Although, I wouldn't recommend it. Monks should never be the kill target anyway. Between Tok, Fort brew and HE/DM, all of our rolls grapples and roots, you should focus on the partner. In a 1v1 fight, monks will win vs you. Monks hard counter warriors.
ya i guess he's not invulnerable he just gets a 400kish absorb right? it's based on his total health pool not his current health percentage?
im going to be hard pressed to deal over 400k damage in the 10s window so in that way it is effectively an invulnerability that is impossible to remove right?
edit: thanks for the advice i'll try to kill the monk's partner
Edited by Flushdraw on 6/22/2013 11:58 AM PDT
If my healer dispels the debuff off of me, does that simply prevent me from taking damage or does it also remove the invulnerability from the monk as well?
when we dispel ToK that removes its effect completely--meaning damage isn't absorbed and isn't reflected to you.
Also, it can be spell-reflected. Though good luck guessing when he will use it.
Edited by Hitmönlee on 6/22/2013 12:38 PM PDT
When you dispel or mass dispel karma, it does NOT dispel the absorb effect, but rather the DoT. Only 100% invulnerabilities such as ice block and divine shield can remove it, though as it's a physical effect I suspect bleed removals could also do so, such as stoneform.
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